north-eastern, or geordie, slang meaning ‘come on’, ‘hurry up’ and so on. voice intonation specifies the exact definition, often not understood by anyone outside of the newcastle area and thus causes much confusion for non-natives.
‘howay man!’
‘howay, we’re gonna be late’
english north east slang for “come on”
howay son, you’re holding us up

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